New Cheyenne Public Safety Center Demolition Begins With a Bang
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The Cheyenne Police Department along with Cheyenne Fire and Rescue began the demolition of the former Dineen car dealership building in downtown Cheyenne Tuesday to make way for a new Public Safety Center.
Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak said part of the existing dealership building will be incorporated into the new structure. He said the building will include a community room which can be used for free.
In 2012, Laramie County voters approved spending $25 million in sixth penny sales tax revenues on the building, which will house the Cheyenne Police Department as well as the Cheyenne Fire & Rescue administration as well as the combined communications center and other emergency responders.
Kozak says the building is scheduled to open in January of 2016.